Most persons sentenced to prison for non-violent offenses will serve approximately twenty-five percent of their time before getting released on parole. This varies widely depending on whether they entered a plea or went to trial.
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No one can tell you when he will be paroled. The decision is up to the parole board and is too case-specific. If you have a fact-based argument on why he should be denied parole, you should feel free to contact the parole board.
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I agree with Ms. Jaggers. I would add that contacting the prosecutor might also be a good idea.
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